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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... to pootle about on. Such a great idea as we are able to get out to some of the other beaches and found a fantastic museum as well, a Sri Lankan writer called Martin Wickramasinghe, he had published over 90 volumes, a copy of each was on display along with artefacts relating to local arts and crafts and life. We were not allowed to take photographs, which was a shame.
Beaches, beaches and more beaches, as well as a ...
... mahogany four poster bed with mosquito nets. The hotel has been recently renovated by two Australian guys and the pool of course a recent addition. The garden is exquisitely perfumed with frangipani and lotus flowers, all frequented by butterflies, bees and birds, so a photographer's paradise. The house boys sneak into the rooms at night and cover the beds in frangipani flowers. For the last 24 hours we have had this magnificent place to ourselves. THE FISH MARKET. Just ...
... The drinks like that have to be imported so aren't really that cheap, although I did manage to get a local rum for £2 which isn't bad. We had got there about 9.30 and planned to see the sunrise so Vidia chilled for a bit on a sofa before realising everyone was on a balcony, having some free drinks and dancing. Once we realised we joined in. I found the party quite different from the ones I'm used too, just from some of the behaviour, and ...
First week in Galle down, only three to go... At the start of the week, Katie, Megan, Emily, Kirstin and I settled in to our first week with our host family- Piyarathna, Lakmalee and Vinuji. They are such a lovely and welcoming family! The father Piyarathna, is a manager in a National Sri Lankan bank, HSB. This is regarded as being a very respected and important job in the Sri Lankan culture. In fact, any job in business is regarded as being a very important ...
... I totally understand why these girls are like they are having suffered unimaginable trauma, they are cooped up in that home, the only time they leave is to go to court hearings. There are 53 of them...thank goodness we only have a maximum of 10-12 who want to part take. As much as I want to I'm not quite ready to give up on the girls as there are a few who genuinely want to learn but are easily distracted, but I am ...